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Dr. Kevin B. Caylor, DVM
Dr. Caylor received his Bachelor of Science in Biology with high honors from New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology in 1984, and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Colorado State University in 1988. He is board-certified in Canine and Feline Practice by the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners.
Other post-graduate achievements include a Slocum-license to perform the Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy surgery for repair of the ruptured canine cruciate ligament and certification by the University of Pennsylvania in the PennHIP method of canine hip evaluation. He is the author of multiple articles published in various veterinary journals. Dr. Caylor joined All Pets Veterinary Hospital as an associate in 1990 and is currently an Owner.
Dr. Caylor enjoys supporting his daughter’s enthusiasm for art, music and gymnastics and his son’s passion for NASCAR and gymnastics. He and his wife also share their home with a dog, four cats and gold fish. When time permits, his family enjoys skiing, travel, and the rare SCUBA diving trip.
Dr. Lisanne M. Evans, DVM
Dr. Evans received her Bachelor of Science in Zoology from Colorado State University in 1983 and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Colorado State University in 1988. She is board-certified by the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners in Feline Practice. In addition, Dr. Evans is practicing alternative or integrative medicine and is a Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist through the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society.
Dr. Evans is the author of multiple articles in veterinary journals as well as an advisor for the American Association of Feline Practitioners in developing feline zoonoses (diseases that can spread from animals to man) guidelines. Dr. Evans joined All Pets Veterinary Hospital as an associate in 1991 and is currently an Owner.
In her leisure time, Dr. Evans enjoys gardening, skiing, SCUBA diving and most importantly, her daughter and son’s activities. She and her husband presently have goldfish, one dog - a black Standard Poodle, four cats - an orange tabby, a black domestic long hair, a Tonkinese and an ornery silver Bengal!
Dr. Billy Richardson, DVM
Dr. Richardson completed his pre-veterinary studies at the University of Kentucky in 2001 and received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Auburn University graduating Magna cum Laude in 2005. In addition, he was selected to Phi Zeta, The Honor Society of Veterinary Medicine in 2005.
Dr. Richardson grew up on a small horse farm in Kentucky where he developed his passion of becoming a veterinarian. Following graduation from Auburn, he practiced in Tallahassee, FL for three years and Charlotte, NC for one year before moving to Southern California in May 2009 with his wife, Nikki, and their thirteen year old Jack Russell terrier “Jack.” Dr. Richardson’s veterinary interests include educating clients first and foremost, soft tissue surgery, dermatology, behavior, and abdominal ultrasonography.
In his spare time, he enjoys traveling, being outdoors, playing any sport, and watching Kentucky basketball.
Dr. Paula Aycock, DVM
Dr. Paula Aycock was born and raised in Southern California near Rancho Palos Verdes. The niece of a neurosurgeon and ophthalmologist, Dr. Aycock showed an interest in medicine at a very early age, absorbing the stories her uncle and aunt would tell when she was a child. When the family cat had kittens on her brotherÕs bed, she could not be pried away from the miracle. As a six year old, her favorite toy was a PlaySkool doctorÕs bag which she once used to diagnose an ear infection in the familyÕs golden retriever.
Dr. Aycock attended the University of Arizona as an undergraduate where she pursued a BachelorÕs Degree in Animal Science. She graduated in 2001 with academic distinction and was on the DeanÕs List. In 2002 she received her MasterÕs Degree from the University of Arizona in Agricultural Education. She worked briefly as an educator, and then returned to California to attend Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona where she graduated with a degree in Veterinary Medicine in 2007. Dr. Aycock is a member of the California Veterinary Medical Association, as well as the American Veterinary Medical Association and Humane Society Veterinary Medical Association.
Dr. Aycock believes in working hand-in-hand with her clients in order to provide the best care possible for their pets. She believes that educating the community is an important step in keeping animals safe and healthy. She has spoken at her daughterÕs elementary school to encourage and inspire the younger generation to consider veterinary medicine as a career option, but to also be consciousness and loving pet owners.
Dr. Aycock lives with her husband, two young daughters, and several pets including three dogs, Pinna, Bishop, and Deacon and two cats, Tears and Taboo. Dr. Aycock enjoys spending time with her family, horseback riding, and being involved in community events.
Jessica Spellacy, Hospital Director
Jessica joined the All Pets Veterinary Hospital team as Hospital Director in the summer of 2007. Her extensive practical experience in several veterinary hospitals over the last sixteen years, eleven of which have been exclusive to management, have brought fresh, solid, and proven skills to our veterinary team. Among many varied responsibilities, Jessica’s primary function is to resolve human resource, client service, staffing and operations issues within the hospital. Jessica recently received her certification in Veterinary Practice Administration through the VMI program at Purdue University.
Her interests in veterinary medicine go beyond wanting to improve the overall delivery of quality veterinary care. She shares her passion with the upkeep and care of her Boston Terrier "Sophia", Red Corn Snake "Maizy" and Pug "Roscoe". As a native of Southern California, Jessica enjoys camping, riding dirt bikes, boating, and watching great movies with her husband and three children.
Jessica is committed to improving service and care to our clients and their pets. So please contact her should you have any questions or concerns regarding your experience at All Pets Veterinary Hospital.
Teri Hildebrand, Medical Operations and Compliance Supervisor
Teri has been an important part of the All Pets Team since June of 1987. She has 29 years of practical experience in the animal hospital setting, which has provided her a wealth of experience and knowledge, and on occasion called for her to hand raise more than a few puppies and kittens. In her position as Medical Operations and Compliance Supervisor Teri has a multitude of responsibilities one of which is overseeing the technical staff.
In her spare time Teri enjoys spending time with her family which consists of her husband, 2 sons, her 8 year old Miniature Pinscher "Sokka", and her 2 cats "Toni" & "Smokie". Teri and her family like to spend their free time riding motorcycles in the desert and playing in the water at various lakes. Teri has a strong commitment to animal health and client education. If you have general questions about pet care, or about All Pets Teri is a wonderful resource and would be happy to assist you.
Maribel Medina, Client Services Representative
Maribel has been part of the All Pets team since March 2007. Maribel has over 10 years experience in client service. In her current role as Client Service Team Supervisor Maribel is the person to go to with any front desk or client service related feedback or concern.
Also a native of California Maribel loves taking walks on sunny days with her husband, two children, and American Pit Bull 'Dexter". She also enjoys relaxing after a busy day at All Pets with her lovable fur-ball of a cat "Sawyer".
Our Magnificent Veterinary Staff
The doctors at All Pets Veterinary Hospital would like to acknowledge and thank our fabulous and caring staff for all of the outstanding service and care they show our clients. We couldn’t do this without you!